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    Crazy Dude: Thanks, yep drawing people walking (and other gestures of not sitting still) is quite a challenge, but it's fun when you put your energy into it, positive wise.

    Smartkyle: Yes, I think I do turn pages in many directions with my sketchbook to get comfortable with it then with a single piece of paper, the sketch book rests most of the time on my other hand.

    I did a few photo copy's from characterdesign.com, I'm not really that good yet at drawing from photo's, hench the proportions and shading. And a panel resketch from a 4 page comic I planned a year ago.
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    The improvement I see here is amazing!!! Keep up the good work, I'm gonna go practice
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    Wow, bridgeman studies are awesome! you have also improved you gestrures from character designs, they look very fluid. Even if they are a little off. Great stuff the bridgman is starting to pay off.
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    Have to do more studies till college starts again (and thus don't always have the time and energy to do drawings)... Yes I need to do more on a free day...
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    Excellent work on the skull and the Bridgman studies... One thing you have to be careful of is when your drawing from photos is that you have to reconstruct the forms or else it will turn out flattened.

    I like the coreshadow studys in the previous post.

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    Yeah I understand what you mean with refering from photo's, and I ain't a big fan doing them as well. Nothing beat life models, it's only too bad I can't follow nude model classes, too far away from where I live, so I guess drawing models from photo's for now is better then nothing.

    A quick sketch for CHOW Robotic Gigolo. I might change a lot on the design and I've got some funny ideas to come along for poses. I want to keep the gigolo model as some kind of lowbudget model, so I can make it with raw material.
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    A life drawing done in coloured ink (ecoline) and some regular but important anatomy studies.
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    hmmm great anatomy studies, i think its time you put it all together and drew some full figures head to toe, using what you have learnt from the smaller studies.
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    I like the colored ink drawing, You might like to try out some watercolor sometime... I highly recommend checkin out Solon's work... Anatomy is always great... You might like to also check out Mentler's Book of Bones thread... or check out his knowledge base in his website... it's in my sig... (you have to be a registered member of his forum to see the juicy tidbits)
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    Smartkyle: I think It is time as well to do more complete figures from my studies. I don't think I can pull it off perfectly, but we'll see. Though I like to draw smaller parts when i'm relaxed and bored; 1. you do at least something 2. you'll learn from it.

    Crazy Dude: Thanks for liking the colored ink drawing, I some how like it as well. Solon's work looks very sweet. I'm familiar with Mentlers works here at CA.org. I even did a head study from his 'Book of bones' and it was very helpful for proportions on the head profile. I'll look later into his website and the forum.

    Some studies: the good and the bad (in my opinion). It says it's made on 28/08/07, I mean the 29th because I drew them tonight.
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